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WorkCompWire: Mark Pew on “The Intersection of Medicine and Disability” from NWCDC

Posted on Dec 14, 2017

At the 2017 #NWCDConf in Las Vegas on December 7, Dr. Marcos Iglesias (Chief Medical Officer for Broadspire) presented his perspective on the intersection of medicine and disability but it might not have been what attendees... Read More

The Quality Divide: What Makes a Quality IME Physician?

Posted on Dec 11, 2017

By Michael Valasek, Vice President, IME Services at Genex Services Read More

CLM Magazine: Clinical and Legal Advocacy in a WCMSA

Posted on Dec 11, 2017

Strategic approaches for cost minimization in Medicare Set-Asides By Mark Pew , Heather Sanderson Read More

The Quality Divide: Are You a Leader or a Laggard in Quality IME Practices?

Posted on Nov 29, 2017

As workers’ compensation professionals deal with increasing complex claims, they may become uncertain about specific medical determinations on a case. For example, they may wonder about the true cause of a claimant’s... Read More

The Quality Divide: Is Your Vendor Driving IME Excellence?

Posted on Nov 27, 2017

By Michael Valasek, Vice President, IME Services Read More

Bill Review & Analytics: Unleashing Powerful Insights Hidden in Your Bill Review Data

Posted on Nov 14, 2017

There’s a gold mine of data embedded in your bill review process, and if you’re not mining and leveraging this treasure trove of information, you may be missing out on valuable opportunities to impact your bottom line.... Read More

5 Key Components Needed for Effective Data Analytics Webinar

Posted on Nov 13, 2017

Organizations seeking new strategies to improve workers’ compensation programs are exploring the potential of data analytics to increase control over cost, utilization, return to work, and even network development. But the... Read More

The Quality Divide: When and How to Request an IME?

Posted on Nov 13, 2017

By Michael Valasek, Vice President, IME Services at Genex Services Read More

WC Magazine: Moving Beyond the Buggy Whip

Posted on Oct 20, 2017

Moving Beyond the Buggy Whip Why CPT codes may be irrelevant in a functional restoration program By Mark Pew Read More

WorkCompWire: Chikita Mann: Cultural Competency and the LGBTQ Injured Worker

Posted on Aug 21, 2017

Cultural competency has gained a stronger foothold in health care over the past decade. Still, while strategies to provide care without bias have helped reduce disparities among minority populations, the same can’t be said... Read More

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